The American College of Greece Governance: Board of Trustees
The American College of Greece is governed by a voluntary board of trustees – currently twenty-six members. The board holds overall stewardship responsibility for the College, delegating primary operating authority to the president of the College (an ex officio, non-voting member of the board), whom the board selects and regularly evaluates. No voting members of the board receive financial compensation for their service; indeed, all members are expected to support the College through their personal philanthropy. (Numbers in parentheses below indicate year of joining the board.)
William Antholis BA, PhD; Charlottesville, Virginia (2015)
Executive director, Miller Center, University of Virginia; previously managing director, Brookings Institution and key positions in the White House and US State Department.
Drake Behrakis BS, MBA; Lexington, Massachusetts (2017)
President of Marwick Associates, a real estate investment and development company; also active in the Behrakis Foundation, the family’s philanthropic vehicle; previously held various positions with Muro Pharmaceutical Inc. and the Gillette Company.
Spiros Bouas BS; San Francisco, California (2015)
Vice chair, Executive Committee; chair, Finance Committee; Silicon Valley entrepreneur and investor in high technology companies; co-founded LitePoint Corporation, the world leader in wireless device testing.
John Chachas BA, MBA; New York, New York (2015)
Managing partner, Methuselah Advisors, an investment banking and asset management firm he founded in 2010; previously, managing director and Co-head media practice in the Americas, Lazard.
Matt Glendinning BA, MEd, MA, PhD; Providence, Rhode Island (2015)
Head of school, Moses Brown School (RI); previously upper school head, Moorestown Friends School(NJ).
Dena Haritos Tsamitis BS, MS, EdD; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (2016)
Carnegie Mellon University – Barbara Lazarus Professor in Information Networking; director, Information Networking Institute; founding director, Cylab. Board of Advisors,
Executive Women’s Forum, Prime Tech Partners, Red Marlin.
Kosmo Kalliarekos BA, MBA; Hong Kong, China (2005, 2015)
Managing director, Baring Private Equity Asia; previously founding member, The Parthenon Group, a strategic advisory firm.
Martha Kanter, BA, MEd, EdD; New York, New York (2015)
Chair, Advancement Committee; distinguished visiting professor of higher education and senior fellow, New York University and executive director, College Promise Campaign; previously U.S. Under Secretary of Education, responsible for all federal postsecondary programs for the U.S. Department of Education.
Nikos Koumettis BS, MS; Athens, Greece (2010)
Vice chair, Executive Committee; chair, Higher Education Committee; ACG D ’86; president, Central & Southern Europe Business Unit, Coca-Cola; previously president, Coca-Cola Ltd, Canada.
Anthony Kronman BA, JD, PhD; New Haven, Connecticut (2009)
Vice chair, Executive Committee; Sterling Professor of Law and former dean, Yale Law School; member, Council of Foreign Relations and American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
Ulysses Kyriacopoulos BSc, MBA; Athens, Greece (2011)
Previously board chairman, S&B Industrial Minerals; president, Federation of Greek Industries; chairman, Greek National Opera.
Vana Lavida BA, MBA; Athens, Greece (2013)
ACG D ‘79; founder and board chair, MDA Hellas, an association for the care of people with neuromuscular disorders.
Lee Ann Leahy BSBA, CPA; Boston, Massachusetts (2014)
Secretary, Executive Committee, Chair, Audit Committee; higher education audit partner, PricewaterhouseCoopers, client experience: Boston University, Columbia, MIT, NYU, Princeton, Stanford, Yale.
Harold Levy BS, MA, JD; New York, New York (2011)
Vice chair, Executive Committee; executive director, Jack Kent Cooke Foundation and formerly New York City Schools chancellor.
Jim Logothetis BS, MBA, CPA; Atlanta, Georgia (2015)
Vice chair, Executive Committee; global coordinating partner, Ernst & Young, client experience: Coca- Cola, Chrysler, Whirlpool, Porsche N.A., 3M, Sara Lee.
Alexander Macridis BA, JD, MBA; Athens, Greece (2014)
Chairman and managing director, Chryssafidis S.A.; general secretary, Federation of Greek Industries; member, board of directors: Aegean Airlines, Titan Cement, The Hellenic Initiative.
Angelo Manioudakis BSc, MBA; Boston, Massachusetts (2014)
Chair, Investment Committee; chief investment officer, Fidelity Investments.
Dan Miller BA, MA, PhD; Providence, Rhode Island (2014)
Chair, Pierce Committee; head, Wheeler School (RI).
Lisa O’Donnell BA, JD; Princeton, New Jersey (2015)
Managing director, BlackRock Inc; chief operating officer, BlackRock Global Allocation Platform.
Alexandra Papalexopoulou BA, MBA; Athens, Greece (2016)
Strategic planning director and executive member, Board of Directors of Titan Cement Company S.A.; member, Board of Directors of Coca – Cola HBC, Paul and Alexandra Canellopoulos Foundation, Alba Graduate Business School at The American College of Greece.
John Pyrovolakis BA, PhD; New York, New York (2013)
Founder and CEO, Innovation Accelerator, a public private partnership with National Science Foundation; managing general partner, National Innovation Fund.
Milton Sipp BA, MEd;Bronx, New York (2014)
Assistant head of School and head of Middle School, Riverdale Country School (NY); previously national director, Board of the National Association of Independent Schools.
Concetta Stewart BA, MA, PhD; Ringoes, New Jersey (2009)
Chair of the Board; principal, Witt/Kieffer, previously provost, Mercy College (NY), dean of art and design, Pratt Institute and dean of communications and theater, Temple University.
Lena Triantogiannis BSc, MBA; Athens, Greece (2011)
Double ACG alumna, P ‘84 and D ‘89; partner, Egon Zehnder International, co-leads Accelerated Integration Practice.
Deborah Wince-Smith BA, MA; Washington, DC (2017)
President & CEO, Council on Competitiveness; president, Global Federation of Competitiveness Councils; member: Smithsonian National Board, Secretary of States’ Advisory Committee on International Economic Policy.
David G. Horner, ex officio BA, MA, MBA, PhD; Boston, Massachusetts and Athens, Greece (2009)
President, The American College of Greece; previously president, North Park University (IL) and Barrington College (RI).
Roberta B. Deree | LLD; Honorary Trustee; Phoenix, Arizona
Tom C. Korologos | BA, MA, LLD; Honorary Trustee; US Ambassador to Belgium
*Ferdinand K. Thun | BA, LLD; Honorary Trustee; Wyomissing, Pennsylvania